Santi Kuka: BAOBAB THE MIRACLE POWDER
- Rich in pectins, triterpenoids beta-sitosterol, and more!
Asta Mala (Maiduguri)
Many of these working class people and the elites in the society refrain from making use of dried baobab powder to make soup because the powder sold in the market is not well dried and processed. This is because the more baobab leaves are dried under the sun the more it loses it vitamins and nutrients. When drying leaves, it is recommended to apply shade drying to double its ProVitamin A content rather than direct sun drying.